Giffgaff "Small vs big" by Giffgaff and Rattling Stick

Giffgaff's single-shot film is striking in its simplicity.

Written and directed by Rattling Stick’s Ed Morris, it shows a young woman stood in front of a parked car in a nondescript setting, delivering a lyrical monologue about the advantages of being small and challenging the conventional notion that big is always better. The camera slowly zooms towards her as Siouxsie & The Banshees’ 1978 classic Hong Kong Garden grows gradually louder. 

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